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cold nlil In the yluminRWomrn MnrnlnK llImln Womrn I Uriel Urielrharlen IItlllrliarlM rIt rItrharIe
rharlen Vondorhanden lay 14 sprawling or orn onleol of ofn
n lot atone dead In the rooms where hi hin ho h htnl
n tnl l with his wife and four children a aIK at atIn nl
IK In l Nest WtI < l tooth street I fret when a polloeman polloemanrr polloemerresiofldni
resiofldni rr i lollrd n < if l to an alarm rained ral ed by hU motherlil mother motherliiaw motherrjaw
lil liiaw law nt 8 oclock yoMterday 1CH rday morning morningThere mornnp mornnp1hcro
There 11110 wns n a tiny wound from which bloond blood bloocrd bloodIn
nd rd in the corner of hto right eye ileahs ilea noaihi
hi n > > < The eyo WM wuswollen swollen and gorged gorgetmill gorged gorgedwah I
mill 11 Mod llix IIKld > d Anautopsy An autopsy utelIIy1a last t night nlghtshowod nlghtshowodII ehoweou showoc showociln
II iln this i hi wound WM the cause of death deathnilioo deathII
l II h plitoc t nilioo lico learned that the evening before beforeh heforFe
Fe h p < > had had n ncrimmage with his brother brotherinlaw hrotherhllaw brotherbylaw
bylaw I homos Cullcn of 100 West 100th 100thwrwf l00thIInd loot lootsirrrt
wrwf mid they looked for Cullen all day1he day dayIIicy
IIicy 1he 1 hp did not find him but they said las lasiiclit last lastrIEI1 laaLight
Light that they would certainly have hlrriMinin him himII hinwnhiu
iMinin u few hours hoursI
11 I ViinderliundenB lived In a few small smallr
r < mi III ii in the rear of the poooml floor of a aliw aI e
liw I nliiiiiMt opposite uppo te tho WcBt 100th street streetKM IItrootilt tree treeantinloust
antinloust KM ilt inn i ImuMt + The rhoyoungeetchild youngest child waaborr waaborronly W88 washononly born
only 0111 sh I h lays duy ago lto and tho wifes mother motherMi mother1Ir
1Ir Mi It Cullen was 111 stopping with the family familyN
N to r KIVH Iy y that about 10 oclock Saturday Saturdayi turday turdayII
i Hi II Vamlerhandon came In with lIh Cullen CullenI
I ih of them had boon drinking and soottiny soon soonly IIOOnIh
ly Ih hail an altercation altercationMo ltercatlonIr
Mo Ir Cullen my a that very little wa wami wu wunll wedni
mi nll ni and that little she he dOM not remember rememberSIP
SIP ill only I knows that tho two men soon soonI
I 111 PI an wrpflllng and fighting In the room roomDIM roonnhI
DIM 111101 that when tho > fight wa over she he heard heardher heardIpr hearther
her son un n going out ° u Vandorlianden eha sh shlayit ho hoI
layit a I wa a + proud of hU < wrestling ability abilityalways ahlllt abilityniways
always 1 1t wanted to try hU strength on someimp somecue some
imp and on hat account and because becnu o shldi she sheriilni be becJi
cJi riilni tnt In I elleve the wrestlers would hurt hurtraih hurt1Ih hurlrah
rah 1Ih other oho ho did not enter the room roomhut roomIu roomLot
hut Iu reiinlne re nalned in boil blXlln in a room adjoining adjoiningSle
She heard nothing more she ho pays until untilshe untilhp unitshe
she hp woke up at 5 oclock and heard hoi hoiN horOnlnlaw hotson
son N nlnlaw > in law snoring loudly loud I She my aII that thathor Ihathlr thather
her daughter Rultpr called nilI to her to know if Charles Charlewi Charleswa
wa all II right and rtio ho replied < l that he was wasihi WRIIIhII wasthat
that IhII If wa way sleeping soundly Mrs Mr Cullen Cullonay Culloravs
> ay al avs that she he then went to sleep again and anddil andcJ anddo
dil cJ do I not Ret It up until 8 oclock oclockAt olo ohx < kIt k kIhat
At that limn she went through the little littleroom IItllemom ilttlrmum
room separating her sleeping room from fromthat fromthat ironthat
that of her Ron4nlaw con inlaw and found him himcjirawled himrawlld trimsrawhed
cjirawled srawhed rawlld IUTO rootH < H the bed with his feet on oniho onthl onIhe
iho Ihe floor and all hla clothes on She tried triedin triedto
in arouse him but he didnt awake lie liewa lIeM lieWas
Was wa M stiff tifT nnd cold old and deadIShea dead deadWhrn dladWhl1
Whrn tin ho policemen K loHtEmn > Ucem > n got there they found foundYanderhandena foundalldtrhRnd foundVanderhandens
Yanderhandena alldtrhRnd right eye discolored and andblood andbloud andbust
blood oozing from a puncture In the comer comerof
of it hat might have boon caused by any anysharp anyharp anyeharp
sharp narrow bladed instrument Ques Qucetiluung Questioning QUf8Iung ¬
tioning Iung his hi wife and motherin motherinlaw law they theywere theVp theywere
were p told that Vanderhanden had been beenseriUMly beeneeHusly 1 1IlEriu
seriUMly IlEriu I ill with pneumonia a month ago agoand agoand agoand
and that both the doctor Dr Kennedy of of2MVet of5J
2MVet 22 5J Vest Ninetyninth street and the priest prifothad priesthad pnrthad
had told him that If he h over drank again againthe againthl againthe
the I1 liquor uor would kill him himfallen him1llIen himldlen
fallen was not at hU home The Janitor JanitorMtid janitortJJld janitorsaid
said he had slept there the night before beforebut beforebUI beforebut
but left the house bOU about 8 oclock in the themorning tbemon themorning
morning morningDr mon njt njtDr
Dr OHanlon performed an autopsy autopsylust
lust I ta + t evening at an undertakers shop lIe Heuiid lIeI lieacid
acid I d that he found a penetrating wound in inthe Inthe inthe
the corner corn r of the right eye extending extendingthrough extlndlngthrouh extendingthrough
through tho orbital plato Into tho ethmoidbone ethmoid ethmoidbone ethmoidbone
bone and fracturing It Death did not notensue noteMUI notemue
ensue immediately but but after some time timefrom timefrom timefrom
from hemorrhage when tho pressure be became became became ¬
came great Jfat enough to destroy the functions functionsof unctionsof
of the brain It wan possible herald that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t wounded man did not die until S oclock oclockhim oclockthe j jthe
the Um time when Allll Cullen < 83S says she heard hearahim heardittm
him snoring
Fanderhanden was 32 years old and had hadbeen badOOen hadhen
been married fourteen years He and andOilVr sndOIIr andClilln
OilVr wore together a great deal and andaccording andalXUrdlng andaecunilng
according to Mm Cullen hail never had hadany ladany Iladan
any an trouble beyond n few playful wrestling wrestlingmatches wrestlinghIIItcltefl wrestlingmatches
matches Mm Mr > I Vanderlionden corrobo mrrohoraltd corroborated rorroboralld ¬
rated her mothers story Though MrsYnnderlandens Mrs MrsVnnderhandens Mr MranderhandenfI
Vnnderhandens bedroom adjoined that thatof thatof thatof
of her husband she did not know that ho howas howall howas
was dead or even injured until her mother mothertold motbertold mothertold
told herCapt her herCopt herCapt
Capt Sweeney gave Itn orders to have Mrs MrsCullen Mrsulkn > II IICulltn
Cullen and Mm VanJerbanden detained detainedas
as A wltnewe It wa was not considered safe safeto eateto safeto
to move tin latter and a policeman was wasplaced WIIp1a wasplan
p1a plan placed d In the opartnwiu on guard Mrs MrsCullen zrNCulfon MrsCullen
Cullen was wa taken to n station house housetate hOUMlAte cruse crusetaste
tate lau la t night Capt Sweeney teamedthat learned learnedthat l83medIhlll
that Maryanne arynnne Hiokey a sister Ht < ler of Mrs MrsCullen MrsCullen nI nIlIl1en
Cullen lIl1en wan In tho houie at the lime of the therow therow i iro
row ro Taking Detective McMatuw Mc anllA with himhe him himhe himhe
he arnxted arre < trd her er ut 100 West lUlut street ntrectwliero streetWtero treelwhero
wliero cho ho 10 i employed ax janitrew enddeained and andde andtll
de deained alned her ax a wilnos wilnosCapt wllne wllneRpt t ttapt >
Capt Rpt Sweeney has hunt that the women womenwore womlno1re womenwere
wore awake and engaged PIljllgl < l In the a alterts altertsIII altercarm 1 terra terraoil
rm > oil All that they would nay 11 lat night nightw
w x that there was walla a row but that Vander VanderluiMuen Vender Venderluuusn
luiMuen 11 w wax as < the aggre ur orMa urul
ul hull 1 Hill Olt tIT lltW It1RRP It1RRPMaxltralr nK I IIaltltralf
Ialtltralf Ma KM rule Ulillman llrtiuhr Him for forThreat ror1l1rral forIhrrai
Threat Vf titer trr ItaldlrleonrrsNrrrllrlrased ItaldlrleonrrsNrrrllrlrasedMagistrnte Unlit Irltnnm Wrrr llelr i > r ld ldlaltllmte < l lMagistrate
Magistrate Whitman lItman who rarely r rely loses losesbin 10 10biA loseshis
bin temper sharply rebuked Acting Ioptali IoptaliIkmrke Captahlburke ntlll > 1 1Bourke
Bourke of the Mercer Mer oer street 141r tet police station stationin
in the rll Jeffeiwon Market police co rt yes yestrduy yesr IH IHrdll
r trduy rdll rday Itoiirke and some of Kggeran Kggeranf N Nsitun11
f tenth Ih appeared ngalnut the prisoner taken takenin
in iho I h rants anl wareroom raid In Kant KantTiiiih talltlIlh Fastloth
Tiiiih lIlh Itt stn et on Saturday SaturdayKmil SaturdayEmil SaturdayFmii
Emil FinIn < wild to the Magistrate that thatIhn thatth thatthe
the th mid was an outrage Tho police bo boMII humd horail
rail Hoemml md to go out of their way to tolulute tuhlat tot
t lulute the law liourkn and the detective detectiveIn tIoteethI
h In I wiiil Ii had ruthlessly destroyed dt pruwrty pruwrtym
m Wirt lid < l injured < l a reputable ImxInetM ImxInetMVhile 1IIIIIIn huslnesstihile < 4 4While
While Kiichx wax talking a little man manway IIIl1nI
t I ry lIIulh IeItro was all trying to push hl hla his his4vthrough
way a 4vthrough luxiugh the crowd on HIP th te uriuee bride inI in ininlcr in inrpr
inlcr I rpr hl f i t1 speak Hv > k to the Magistrate Fally Fallys Finally Hllall HllallI
Iw I Ii s jut got thruugh through He 1111041 said < 1 ha hiwas wax W J a lawyer1er lawyer lawyerSmir lawer1I0nor
Smir 1er Honor said he one of thu prisuuen pris prisoiuro ri
oiuro 0 here Mr HOOCntlllti lto cnthiil U my brother brothersnit brothorHIM
snit HIM lid I want to know what right apt Uourku Uourkuhad lJourkuhad liourkutad
had to place him under arrest He U I an aniiiimme allhmrHfI anit
iiiimme it ± umnr agent amt went to the th place fllatt on onluisino onto onhnsine
luisino to in s He told the polllO > olico that but lilt they IheyIwk theyk
Iwk k < him tu n < > the station hoiixe and when wliendfnjpd whellI whenhi
I hi dfnjpd chargox made agnhiKt him they theycalloil theyallnl
calloil him unmentlonablo name nainexKnxenthal namesHc < j jtlninlhal
Knxenthal Hc nth wax the doorkeeper Bahl BahlIturke said saidIVnirke flahlI
IVnirke Iturkethe IVnirkeThe I rk rkTlil
The Magistrate Mngi > Irate declared that there was wasno wallI was0o
no I i et idenca to hold the three prisoners > I anddis and andUiwhargvd andujNhargt1
Uiwhargvd dis harged thom thomiiiturko tllll1IIrllt thenItoorke
iiiturko turned away Rosenthal UOO < lnthat made madeo
o remark to him Dourke mid he hI thrrat thrrateneii IhrfalII threalennd
eneii II 10 brvak him for arresting his hI > < brother brotherIf
If f you ou say 0111 hat again Ill ii luck you ou up for forYen fordiunllrl fordisorderly
diunllrl disorderly Ondllct < Rtt et along alon Micl Bourke BourkeIII
III a inns I hat wait 01 Mainly plalnl Rudllle Rudlller audibleYes
Yen r Ill lock you 111 up continued the theCop thecl thecoI
coI Cop
CopThen 7 Then hen MagUtrate ailrale Whitman brought lib libRavel hI hItown hitses > <
Ravel down on tho desk dll < k with a bang hanttIanlt t > ang
es he chair
he half erase aroe arOo < e In his chair and and his his hi voice voicethundered voice voicerhnnderni olceIhlIldJ11
thundered In tones that drowned the roar roarof roarof roaror
of the elevated trains outside outsideCapt oulHldeCapt outsideCapt
Capt Bourke It you ou dont shut up Ill Illhf Illhak I Ihreak
hak you ou for your our disorderly conduct
hf h cried cril Do you ou hear hearBourke
Rourke turned and walked back to thedesk the thedesk thedk
desk deskYour
Your HonorDont Honor UonorHonl donorDont
Dont Htxak IIpt all to me What I Mid 1meant I Imeant Imfant
meant Ill lock lockou you up Where do you youliink youthink ou ouhink
think you 011 are Do you u think you OU are In Invonr InIr In1r
vonr + Ir own own station house You ou cant talk to tocui7nn 10Clti7 toctirens
cui7nn Clti7 n In that manner in my m court courtlint courtUI courtRut
lint UI I can explain explainI
I want no explanation What you 011 want wantto wanttu wantlu
to do Is II to apologise apologiseWale a apologicoSlate polORIrolaIr
Wale laIr Latinr Cununlinlonrri Report ItrportAuuvv nrllMAtnuv ReportALflay
Auuvv April AprillllIn 19 ItIn In his annual report to tothe 10the tothe
the 1 lx lrhalurl egsalure > p hlature State Labor CtmmUfioner CtmmUfionerJohn C < mmlAolonlrJohn
John NIcMarkln r Rfkln renews his recommenda recommendation ¬
lion that the Ih number of hours of labor forwoinen for forwomen forOlllMl
women OlllMl in factories each week be reduced reducedfrom rtduCNtfrom reducedfrom
from eo to M 5 He points out that during duringthe durfnjtthere duringthe
the ve test r there was a falling off of of 4684 1581cdidreu 4684children 4684hll
children hll ItO between the ages of 1 14 and 16 1eworking 16lng IIIworklnQ
working In factories th the total number numbertinlt numberMing
tinlt Ming > lng 1JS84 Violations of tho child laborhaw labor laborlaw laborlaw
law however hare not increased 1n increaseds aed
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trlbutiun to the variegated weather tIItltlr ul ye yetenlay yeterday e etrda
tenlay trda It provided an exceedingly tsctt > dlngly nlmrp nlmrpcliower shurpshower I
with tratitiful tratitifulrainbows IAallliIulrainbows
shower of restricted area
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rainbows aruund the junction of iiroadwav iiroadwavand lIroadwalind Ilroadwavand
and Fortyieoond street Tle roradcr roradcrof I Iof
of the hotel district out in their anteEostrr anteEostrrb I IW5t I
b W5t I at t suddenly > hoisted hol tld umhrellai If they theyhad Iheyhad theyhad
had any and scampered If they hadnt hadntiimlrella hadntIImlrella hadntamtrelkt4
iimlrella they lilted dainty pklrt klru higherand higher higherand hljherand
and scampered faster fasterThe flililerThe fasterThe
The little storm followed them viciously violoaolynearly viciouslynearly iClol qly qlynearly
nearly u as < far as n Fortyflnt ortytJr t street on eu Hroud Hroudway Hroadway Hroudway
way and three or four hundred fret east on onFurtyxecoiul allurtytCOml onFurtysecond
Furtyxecoiul sheet Then at a cafe afe dh dhtanco di ditance dllanre
tance they turned tumn < and watched Chief Crokcr Crokcrand Crooranli Crokerand
and hi men doing blunts tllntll from thu TimeUulldinK Time TlnllBuilding TimusHndiding
Building UulldinKThu BuildingThl HndidingThu
Thu department mace made an offlclal te ted < t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the titandpipe > e of tho tall building and UMH UMHwet 11 used usedwet < 11 11wet
wet water in conducting It Be Beldo ldo + CrokerDeputy Croker OrokerDeputy CrokerI
I Deputy Chiefs Blnn < and Duane Alfred AlfredDownes AlfredDowne Urad UradDowne
Downe Downes + secretary to the Fire Commlt CommltHluneri CommlI Cotnmissiuner
I Hloneraud Hluneri and twent twellllght elclit firemen of Engines Enginesand Fnllneoand
7 and M lartlclpGtfcI lartlclpGtfcII larticil iarticliat ated atedFirst < > d dFlint
I Flint Engine 2 coupled coupletlull up a hose was run runout runoUl runout
out of a window on the t tt35 v twentyfourth floor floorS35 1100rI
I S35 fe feet t from rom the ground and a btream ahot ahotHouth ehotsouth
south along Broadway It t fell In u heavy heavyupruy IlIayI heavyspray
I spray tor a block There won 0 a prewauro prewauroof prEfi < uro uroo uruof
of o mjveutyfour IUUlltlll x > iiiids from an Inch and a aquarter 1 1Iluarier aquarter
quarter open nozzle n 0711 1 Then they tried an anInch anInch I IInch
Inch and a half nozzle Thu stream didnt didntcarry didntcarry I
carry HO far but It fell hen heavier vler Itr The preiwure press1uawas preiwureTlien pnllrtwall
wall thirtyfour pound pound11lln lxundaThen
Then mOle the Ih tour d tIfl force Hoth Hothengine Muthengines luthngtlle14
engine wf were ru coupled up and allt lines lint of hoi hose hOtleere hosewere e ewere
were ere run to windows wlndll on Iho Broadway ro llway Hide Hideof KidIII sideof
of the butte bulldins ing from the he twentynecond twentysecondu twentynecondnineteenth t wlntylteondnlnetetnth
I nineteenth eighteenth seventeenth u fir fifteenth firteenth fitteenlh ¬
teenth fourteenth ninth and eighth floors floorseight floorseight > l lllght
eight In all one above the other Tlie Tliewater 1110I Tirowater
I water was turned on And Anita a gIMcninK sheet sheeteprcad ahetIlIprtad sheetspread
IlIprtad spread out acro across Broadway lroadWII and over thebuildings the thebuilding thebulldlng
building and gldnwalk on the north nldo of ofFortynecond ofFortysecnd i iI
I Fortynecond street The strong breew breewcarried breesucarried I II
I carried some of the spray up to Fortyfourth Fortyfourthstreet iortfollrtbI Fortyfourthstreet
I street The nunhino came out uliarply uliarplyand elarplyand I II
I and glancing throtiKh the moist rcattenxJ rcattenxJrainbows rcatterelrainbows MUoJ11I
rainbows all around Nearly two thousand thousandpeople thou8fndpeople thousandpeople
I people had gathered at various arinu vantagepoints vantage vantagepoint l1nl ge gepolntll
points point by thin time and rang 0h and andAh antihow i iAh
Ah at the dlopluy d tpluy at if It was a fireworks fireworkss fireworksthe flreworkashow
thedisplay display
how la tthe I
show s In the t daytime daytimeThe daytimerhe
The water streamed over neighboring neighboringroofs nlhhborlnltroofs neighboringroots
roofs In concentrated volume It washed washedthe washedthe allhl allhlthe
the dust of roof and stone front down downon downon I Ion
on show windows and the storekeepers storekeepershave I II
I have a kick coming here la a rich harvest harvestfor harvestfor I Itor
for window cleaners there An It Broadway Broadwaycar
car CAIII daub by It wan fine fun to HM the thernotormanft themotorman themotormans I
motorman dli dlgU disgusted > gu led nurpriw flurlrilO and the theman theman I Iman I
man with the cigar on the back platform platformduclc platformduelt platformduelt
duelt for cover Nobody tins 1118 tried to totraverse totraverse I Itraon
traverse > e that Ihattemlory territory for the time except exceptdeep exceptdeep i idrep
deep Boa Tenderloin hacks which go any anyIt anywhere anywhere
where whereit I IIt
It was officially announced that there therewan therewas
wan fifteen pound pitmure lrtMure from the ogle nouleMnding noWlfoCndin oglesending I
sending < < tho th ho topmost stream The tNt tetlasted tNtuted teets teetslasted
lasted a couple of hours beginning at 010oclock nao naooclock U
oclock Vihtn they were ero over Chief ChiefCrokcr ChiefCroker htef I
Croker said saidTill NldII saidTld t
Till II 1 la the highest hfgh lt point from which whichthat whichthe I It
t the be de department ent ever made a flat It showed showedthat
that bUildings havent yet reached a height heightto I
to which the department cannot pumpwater pump pumpwater I Illater
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li > lRurnu4 Rein Illiieliii hingingAnouymuua IlliieliiiAiionymiHH 1tI1II11IjAnonrmulI
AiionymiHH < runpluintM lIIIlaln Iwve 1111 hewn It1I runt runtto settto elltto
to the Ve l Vortyscvenlh Iurl > ifelllh street 1 nJt PObcstation police policestation pollclliatiOIl
station rega renuriliiin Jf I fig u woman who wll live ii O4 III an anapartinftit an11811Ot analartrneut
apartinftit IIOUM UU on thai btivol btn Detectivus DetectivusDonahoe Dt DetectivuDorwhoe < < thUof thUoflJonahJe
Donahoe and DNuill went thoro usleuthing aHkulli aHkulliln Hkmth
Inlt ln mi III Saturday Iuflla niuht They Thl tolled up uI uIthe upthe
the lit1 ftairx Ii until on the third Moor tnoy tIIO ran rnuup rlUlUII ranup
up utiUiiKt a t Eli lilack th the elevator boy bovWho
Who are you uu and what do you ou wantanked wantasked want
asked Kli KliVim II IIYou
Vim UII know very pry well 111 who wo 0 are ami amiwhat 51141what
what hat we WI want replod Donalxu DonalxuNow 1 UulwhcuNow > 01l811 < u uSow
Now you ro got ot to tho devil out of l here 11f1Othe herethe > re rethe
the lx boy > y replied I > ed aooordiiiK to Oomlioe Oomlioenml DOMhoIII Do nnhiou nnhiouand
and he III jumi etl l into his hi elovutor 11 lor and ran rxtilirll 11111It ranit
It lo the ground lIor Then lit rang of el ery I
bell 1 > 111 In the voMliule tr + olllul a certain cf > rt J1JII in minitvr of oftiniou ofhubs
i hubs tillll > l The 1 tops < oprt ray It h lie gave r v H 1 signed Hicmilthat Hi signedhut JIIIII I II
I that the place YoRK luni Il raided raidixlThu raided1h0
Thu drta ilcttctiviM 11 + I1tll14 lives couldnt find ono scrap Krapof frAJII scrapof
I of Hvldtnte njiHinrt a any ItIJ of the II tenant tiiwnuiof tenantut 1111 1111or
of the th < > house houi llien they 11 lunw tlln > l their Il ir at attention atIentiotr t ¬
I tention to Kli Ii Ho JI III jiiiiiHd Into hit t lIo elevator elevatorand > k > > vutor vutorand i inlld
and ran tli the otevatur uji and down jeering jwrinRof
at this sletilh slid eXllrhlg lies UMluull UMluulluf
of tie lsdivu policoin Klhcu IIII tit Ktiicruf KtiicrufThn geucrulThe IIIeral
The > cops < oim tiredly flnlllh got 01 the l Ist > < 4 of Kli hv hvKPttnK h hPIInJ bygrltng
KPttnK PIInJ 01 tm I jsniturto JHiiit jahilr > rto In hut off If th the > > rawer powiirand IHJWr IHJWrunJ rawerand
and open th the elevator Ior i door < wr from toms the Ih out outside outtI ottsitu
side tI In thin Went W t Side cotnl 10111 t yesterday tollI tollIhe
he wan RI xtlll till flippant ftiJlll ht and deliant1Vly delimit delimitWhy
I Why Wh did you 011 hinder > r theo officer osricors7asked officernskinl mcorwI I II
I asked aktllihe the Maglstmtel Miipintratp llIl1lltr lp I
1 didnt < lo u anything except ring ril the Ihobelli th thMtd thehells
hells wild the II Imy 110 i
Well 11 why wh did you ou ring the bells then thenfltats
TlmtH nIRI part of > f my III worlj
Tho Magitttratn held held him under ISO ISObond litbond tA
bond for good behavior behaviorTwo btohalorTwo behaviorTwo
Two women who were Iro nrreited Rrr11 < 1 011 l tho theplec thoplace
I place O were ro discharged for lack of midanw evideueeTi515 midanwritrsr tnillellttTII
TII ritrsr nrr 1111 1111Mmemrnt riis riisMnxrnirnt I
Mnxrnirnt A taatnal alnit Standard nil III and tlirllrrr tlir IIIIIItrr theplat
llrrr Trust iomrii omr8 Jo Naught NaughtAUSTIV SaualtAcsrr I
AUSTIV t8TU < 1 Tox April 10To tight which whldiw whilewas i iwaR
waR w inaugurated In h the Texan Tul l tagUIiturn tagUIiturnBgainst IAllolllmogBlnt LegbLttneagainst
against tho Standard Oil Company ornpany and the Ihpso theBO Ih I II
BO I O culled lcx leer f trust tru > it with 11 h such a ftourUli ftourUliof I Iof
of trumpets h hili come to naught The TheDecker TheIecker iheDeclier
Decker bill which conUlned provi Jl1OloioM Jl1OloioMIntended protilenaintended < ionj ionjIntended
Intended to prevent the t IK1 merging of oil oilcorporation oilrorporatlol1A oilcorporation
corporation died a natural death dt > alh In the thtHouso th thHoUSll theIlouso
Houso alter l having vlng Ix Leon jn taatwed xt d by b the theHennte IheHlnute theSenate
Senate HennteThe SenateThe
The bill appropriating 315 115000 too to enable wwblfitint tllIIbfltill enablethe
tint AttorneyOeneral to employ u fore of ofdoteotlvoM ofdetectives
detectives to investigate Ine tlato tho operation ofthe of f fthe
the beef i iwckern ckerw in Texan abut R failed to toPIIIM toII topiss
PIIIM II and the joint led legWstito ktlvo lhe c committee committeewLlth mmlttiewhich
which was charged withthe with tho duty of In Invwtli InlollltBtlnll investigating
vwtli vwtliexlMence lollltBtlnll the beef taut passed out of ofexistence
existence esl ttnee with Ith the adjouniment of tile tlieregular tileJCKUlar theregular
regular sea cerMlon + 1011 It accomplished a IImflllAloo nothiiiK nothiiiKof nolhlllof nothbgof
of any timmentItollkc moment
Mollhc Sluntllrd SluntllrdThe HlrmaJlrdTbe NlanaltrdThe
The ktcanuihip Moltke was in wireless wirelessoommunioallon wireleocommunication Irel Ireloommunloatlon
communication with Nantuckctat 10 oclock ooloenljtht oclockthe
Bnight night 8118 he WM eighty el hty mile ea east 8t t ofn ofrte of
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FOR DRESS CARRIAGE AND STREETWEAR STREETWEARTHE STREET WEAR WEARTI1E I
THE ASSORTMENTS OF TRIMMED HATS WHICHARC WHICH WHICHARE
ARE An NOW DISPLAYED REPRESENT THE MOST MOSTDESIRABLE MOSTi MOSTDESIRABLE
DESIRABLE OF TilE SEASONS NEW DESIGNS DESIGNSAND DESIC DESIGNSAND 5 5i
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i AND INCLUDE STYLES ADAPTED FOR ORDINARY ORDINARYSERVICE ORDINARYI ORDINARYSER1ICE
SERVICE AND DRESS WEAR A NUMBER OF OFIMPORTED OFi OFIMPORTED
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i IMPORTED MODELS ARE AMONG THE PRESENT PRESENTSELECTIONS I II ISELECTlpNS
I SELECTIONS AND ALSO VARIOUS COPIES COPIES AND ANDADAPTATIONS ANDADAPTATIONS ANDADAPTATIONS
ADAPTATIONS OF THE PARIS MODES MODESDEPARTMENT MOD i iDEPARTMENT i iI
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1It1llIiT fOI11rT nJltIi1111 111 111111111 IIID010sarrthcart 111111111II
sarrthcart II tIlIl rl of if r fuluntl tlun llIn Found Ulth UlthDetective 111thFine Ith Ith1ll1r
Fine ItIii IIlnllonlr ontrurs1 JIIIra JIIIraDtecthu ieft ieftDetective
Detective S rResntii St > rjie > nt Boyle and Churlton ChurltonHCoutinK CharltollHroulinlC Ctwrltonseuuting
HCoutinK Mlong Klghth 1J htb avunue oainv llw upon upona
a negro trylnz lo pawn a ring rill in a hop nr nor lIrirt norFiftyfirst r rFlftyflM
FlftyflM irt f1r t Blrpot Saturday nfternoon Theriug The Thering fhlrhl
ring rhl l had d a big rtnerald Ieral < l 11lIITHunll nurr < < undnd by 10 H acluster Hcluster IIduhr
cluster if > f iltiiiind + Tho negro wouldnt wouldntexi wouldnteaplat uul < llIt llIteplal
exi eplal > ali i clout tlui III hit ring rinf is Iwytind I yuutl tllltl iiwintalniriK iiwintalniriKIt
It I i wax liotiextly pleaI I hU hj + Tie h WUH w us hold nt Iolire IolireHe polinII1AIIlulrtr PolkHtwdqu
He Htwdqu II1AIIlulrtr diii > irter > and 311 < 1 u general alarm fur the theownernftlwriiiKWBSbeiii rholowner I
lowner ownernftlwriiiKWBSbeiii owner flrthe of the rinK WR81ot1 was sent < utlhemmuishLl utlhemmuishLlhe ut Tile mall nail nailhe lei leilit
he wily IlKtrlet tharl HimJ II lc 27 > 7 v vearx + tORr wrs old u hull IwllIK tollhay
IK I hay wlmllvonnt wh 111 At SVWe t o We < t Fortylire Ktre street street1he tlPftTIll t tTho
TIll polUo sriid l ho wan wa frequently in the thefdiiiintiy thlllIl11ln thinoullany
fdiiiintiy tlf < > f llu HrlKSK It ii ninotpenyenr ninotpenyenrold noteen yesr yesroh
old ill iM IIftlrc04 KnH tinployed by I Li > Mrs lr 1 Edna Ie IeJrcy 1 IeOre > 10 10I
Ore Jrcy I rt of lit II t W WfoI c4 Fortythird Furtytti rd street Thev Thevtook Th Thtolk 1bevtook
took the Kid gi 1 in uud < l1I n Iu1 > Ktlonwl her until Inti slit ohtiitilmltttMl slitndmitttsl he he1lIIIIIUt1
itilmltttMl tint hit Vn h Iwil rtalen tho lie ting from fromlur fromIltr frutirher
her inUIre and nd given hfn it to Higgx Hig to pan pnwnThe pawnThe I
The Th polirt + t take ke k It tht they Interupted Interuptedi InltrUphtljttlJlfrttl lntetulltel1rYrat
i jttlJlfrttl > nir ti i l ni n < fur f < or s we wedding weddingAirs < kiing kiingi I
Airs > 1 i > Ie J > i OrtV Or Iris iilentlfled thw ring rill 1 Site HheWS Sitewas I IIII
WS was III RTMllv MIIPINHI tilt tMlllltt 1U1I1 ray t tImrn tu tuImrn toInsrn
Imrn that it ld been stolen HtcRAand HtcRAandIII H1 lIlId lIlIdhi
III has Hwecthtkirl were l held ld for examination examinationIn i iIn
In the theJenors Jpffer JInern fn m Market tUft furtviv tUftXI txunt1
XI viv t1 1ITT1ISIlV iMTTfs v tr IIO1tS11 IIO1tS11Alicndl II ojisnir ojisnirAtlrmti tJ 1liIl 11 11ltt1111
Atlrmti ltt1111 l Krrvlif In IhPTonihi thr Torah for lh the First FlntHmrTflnl FirstlintyTr151 r1 r1J1nlr1rllll
HmrTflnl Dilaj IIlla Ituninr ItuninrFor IlummnFor tuRlnrIor
For the II first time ti t since Inc h her r imprisonment tmpriminmontNan
Nan an Pdtersn P lalttr ttpr < > n attended ttnd od church service MTvlceyptlfrdfiy servicerstendeiy rI8 rI8IHday
yptlfrdfiy IHday In tir tI Toni Her Hl Iootfr + trr Mr MrSmith MNRnilih MrsSkmth
Smith and Mnriwii Inr n Smith 8l also o attended attendedServk nttpndedKervioo attpillltd I
Kervioo was lsrturuNd i < f1uriiiril < f1urlll IIy by the tb Kev lIe Fatlier FathtrEytr FatlierFVIT tathtrHp
FVIT of St Andre Rd ndmews the now Catholic Catholicchapluin CnthediocitalLin latholioI14I11i11I
chapluin < It li ljuf > < Palm I ln Sunday Father FatherEver FatherEvers I IHer
Ever pi gate till e ouch fIdIPr nti prloner < orwr a ieirn fllm leaf teatNau leafNan IN INSan
Nan Iatterwin i said ld that abe he watt aJ < furling fttlinnwell fOlInltII furlingwell
well II mud wait 1 anxious to go on with her herIt herI hertrial
I trial tudA tudAII tiday tidayIt
It was a aM rum > fft1 r l about the Teals that the thetriil thetrial thetrial
trial might lllht Is g + Oil I Nearly Se rly all the morn morniriK momInK mornins
InK A Aslant iK nt Iutrict Attorney AItlfne Garvan and andn
I A MotioTfipJir stenu IOIIIIIIr rapher were closeted closetedin in Mr Ir tar Oars targun i ii
i WrIs gun s ns offioB Although Mr Garvan would wouldnot wouldI wouldnot
not tell what hst li be wan It tI doing do it wa itD Honored rumorrdtliat Honoredthat i iJ
I that he won wa making copies 00 011 of the Smith Bmlthletlem Rmithtetter Smithletters
letters which Justice Gajrnor nor ruled willbave will willibave
J hue to be given back to the Bmkha
SCIIIIYVKIt Sf llITU UKAIt lJ I U lV 1 KJXiSTI KJXiSTIXrw liliOTP liliOTPStl
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Neck trk 1111 Mini NonA MiniA 10 10mall
I A man about M 6 yean ean < of MIJO tt entered fnlere < the theKjiglo theEagle I I1a1t1o
Eagle Hotel at Kingnton N V on Satur Saturday liaturI Saturclay ¬
I day do but did not register glter At 1 mldnlgh mldnlghho
ho wax Wit stricken with apoplexy and tia tiai BH BHn aasent
i n sent nt to the hospital hl > tlltal where Ito died From FromlsI4r4 From FromW
111101 W < > rH toui found d in a satchel t < which he carried carriedit
it III it U I thought that I his hlllulIII tin name In H II Schry Schryer SchryverThe ver verThe I
The police here have been n inked to lotftta lotfttahi Iu Ite Itehis
hi his fii fllllIl14 idn or relatives re rel4 la 11 I h vps They found lust lustnight lu lustnight t
night that he formerly lived II d tit the Uu luiiKvnc UuIun Uuqu1ne I
iiKvnc qu1ne Iun Hotel 30SWest 311f bleat Twentythird treet streetWiil treetWdlinin treetllhuli
Wiil Wdlinin llhuli nui ShtId Shaddy the proprietor of the theDuiruewnc thlu11ne theDuquesne
Duiruewnc u11ne hax a Newfoundland dog which whichSchryvrr whichSehrr whichSehryver
Schryvrr told him hi lift III to keep until unt il he returned returnedHa I III
Ha II said Schryver wan a book L < lOk agent In the theemploy theanploy
employ tlnlo of It II Evan anl of hu in If W 11est t Ninety Ninetyfist Xlnetyli Intyfllt I
fist li > t street etreetMr Itr streetMr t tI
Mr I r Kviirut < Mid Schryver hud a non I < On who whoworked whoworker
worked fur the Goodman Manufacturing 3lanufactudngotalwny ManufacturingCompany IalllfacturlngOInlllln I
Company OInlllln but the police poli < e MI OO far have been beenunable beenuiwhle en enIIlIalle
unable to find any such concern concern1WYW concern1OeMi
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1WYW 11 1t6 Ii1OS IrJlWlr 1F11rEItLfSTTired H47 tlfMSr tlfMSrnrrd T Tnrrd
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nrrd iif Srlinol vn the Drink iif Vale alIII aleIlen lle lleIn
In n Sr Nca PW Cork ork fortune Cliailnc CliailncJcweph CIIlnrJol1h thadn thadnJoseph
Joseph II Lang of IS 1S7 CongroM avenue avenueNew avenueSl avenueNew
New Sl Havpn 1I11I went tnt to Headquarter hut hutnight wtnljthl t tnight
night and nuked the police to look for hla hlaHon hllon hlsson
Hon on Herbert I II 10 years eJlr old Mr Ir Lang LangMild Langalii Langsaid
Mild that on Saturday IiaturtJa morning Herbeita Herbeitamother Herbertsmother
mother mOL her went nt to hi his room to wake him up upbut uphut upbut I
but found fUll nil his bi room empty On the table tabletli labl lablthere tablethere
tli there ro wa war R n hort note from Herbert telling tellinghi tellinghis I Ihi
hi his mother that he was 114 tired of school kohooland schooland I IRnel
and had decided dlCl ud to go to SAW York to toceak toseek I
seek k his hi fortune fortuneThe furtunoJhe fortuneThe
The police HJllre of Sew Haven discovered thattlia that tliatthe thattI
the tI lad left l ft New haven by the Ih Saturday Saturdaynight Soturdaynight H turday turdaynight
night boat l > Ont of tho New ow Haven Line In com comtany eomlany cornpanq
tany with a boy named Solomon Barr UarrMr BarrMr
Mr rr IAng Hold that hi his eon was Ju just t finjibing fin finlahlng nnIshnit
jibing hi his school course and wan to enter enterVale enterYale enterYale
Yale next year ear He had seemed It emtd happy at atthe attho atAbe
the prospect of entering en rinl oolleg ooUepI ool a s
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134 ANCIENT ANCIENTOIL ANCIENTPAINTINGS ANCIENTOIL
OIL PAINTINGS PAINTINGSRare
Rare Examples of Sacred and Legendary Art brought Hm rr Peru
43 years ago and never viewed by public publicOn publicOn publicOn
On Exhibition Hon lo Tues < < Wed April 17aT1nr 1718 17 18 19 19AT
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AT aT1nr Tin I IFifth JFifth IFifth
Fifth Ave Auction Rooms If Ifr
238 FIFTH AVENUE AVENUEThe AVENUEThe I IThe i Ifi
The Owner MR T F J MURPHY respectfully inviteslovers invites inviteslovers inviteslovers
lovers of the old masters to take advantage of this opportunity opportunityespecially opportunityespecially opportunityespecially a
especially to the Christian World coming as it does during Holy HolyWeek HolyWeek HolyWeek r
Week or the closing of the Lenten season with all its meaning and andsignificance andsignificance andsignificance
significance as portrayed most beautifully on canvas and in ivoryThe ivory ivoryThe ivoryThe
The collection includes works attributed to toDON toDON toDON
DON MATIAS MATIASANGELINE CARLO DOLCI DOLCIRUBENS MURILLO MEDORUS MEDORUSVELASQUEZ MEDORUSANGELINE MEDORUSANGELINE
ANGELINE RUBENS VELASQUEZ VITELLI ETC ETCA
I A highly artistic Ivory carving of the CRUCIFIXION be beI
I I I yond doubt one of the largest specimens In n this country attrib attributed ¬
I refused at thePhiladelphia the thePhiladelphia
Angelo for which 15000 was
luted uteri to AI Michael ichae
i collection of 100 pieces of ofPeruvian
I Philadelphia Ph liB ddph III Exposition Also a i
i Peruvian Pottery PotterySale ott t tofy
Sale DuranTHURSDAY Duran urint Holy ofy Week WeekTHURSDAY
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY APRIL 20 AND 21At 21 2LAt 21At
I At 8 oClock each evening eveningWM eveningWM
I WM B NORMAN Auctioneer I
1
1 1lilt
lilt nvj7rs Ill l11iirs njfrrov njfrrovralntlnxa lOIL1CTOVPaintings I I1llIlInll
Paintings llruliyei IIrlllll Iolna fins Mrdalt and andHooka and1I0ok sailflunks
flunks lo HP Silil SililAt SeidAt hl hlAt
At the American Art rt lalleried a sale of alarge a alarge alarge
large and mUcellaneoui collection formed formedin formeddo I
in the course of many yearn Yl by b the late Ur UrJoseph IJrJoseph DrJoseph
Joseph Wiener of thli city I 11 to begin thl thlafternoon thlafternoon this thisafternoon
afternoon and will continue afternoon afternoonsand afternoonand I Iand
and evenings eenln for several days ds Altogether Altogetherthere Altogetherthere Itoetherthere
there are nearly ZSai catalogue roalo ul lot lots In thecollection the thecollection theoo1lCtlon
collection and many flf < f the th lots include tnoludeatvtrul Inolude1IfVlral includeseveral
several object objectThe oIJJtctThe objectsThe
The catalogue I 18 publUhed In four parts partaone partlone partsone
one being given Ien to the palutingeand paint pallJtllI Inland nnd water watprcolors watrrcololll watercolors
colors which occupy O < CJPy two of th the galleries galleriesone I Ione
one part to bronzes minlaturps mlnlat IIr14 and brica bricabrac brieAhrac brlc A Abrat
brat one on part to cola nnd nwdaU of which whichthere whichthere
of them themrunning themrunning themrunnlnc I
there are thousand the Ih catalogue
running to tllfl wi numl numheN numtareand > eri and the lot lots contaming con containing contalnlng ¬
taming anywhere from two to a hundred hundredpiec hundredJlIICfW hundredpiecem
piec JlIICfW i each and one part Jttrt to the engraving engravingetching engravingsetchings nltralnjtJlAtchlnW
etching and 1100 books KM > U which hlch number more morethan morethan morethan
than 1500 catalogue M MTlie iota lotH11le iotaThe
The exhbltlon of thin th collection la l a I40ri I40riof wortof ort ortof
of panorama p noramR of visits > tit to the auction room roomby roomby roomby
by one who found plewturo in the chances chanowor chan I
of auch ocoatloa and had the moans to tobuy tobuy totroy
buy according to a changing fancy Dr DrWiener DrWleaer
Wiener bought not u a collector of fixed fixednd tuedand fixedand I
and nd determined Idea but aa one who wuheady wu WMready wuAd7
ready Ad7 at lay urtloM 111 Urn to cak UkbotM beta what pleased pl pleasedi
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on iii iccjuui I NUO of irtirlnc IIr1ne from business bu > ln w wo bar barrtcUvKl bintItVtd havererttctd
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HK R R CHAMPLIN CHAMPLINTO
TO SELL UY AUCTION AUCTIONThe
The Ib tnttre llr Hlork of 81 81lId hli hhOld hliOld
Old Established EstablishedFINE EotaolhhP4IXE KiUtllihrdFIXE
FINE IXE ART GALLERY GALLERYS94
S94 o Columbus Avenue near 89th St StIOXSISTIXfJ StOSls11n Ste StecoNsis1INtr
IOXSISTIXfJ OF OFAmerican otAmerican orAmerican
American and Fore Foreign lea a Palatines PalatinesV
Watrr V irr f biore lor 1roof roof Etrhlnt and na n rameia Kofrtvlnrf KofrtvlnrfsTonlnt r fd fdloco h hsPortler
sTonlnt I fI rnmt i et O > torniwr IO with frame tnould tnouldioc mooidlegs
ioc loco lure Iur rtjlure nUU Mf etc ctrXOTK etcMUTE I IXOTt
MUTE Thf Th Coilrtiion t l tlon u t portlrulirlr f > rich r1 b In InV toleaner
leaner V 111 r t blur r of WITT 1 re han oidlDkn merit meritThe mtr11The mmtThe
The Mile 11 will 11 Take flare II lace on onTuesday onTucsda enTuesday
Tuesday Tucsda Wednesday and Thursday ThursdayHvenlnei Thur Thursdaynvenings ay ayEvenlnZl
Hvenlnei April 18th 19th and 20th lothlOIllENCINO 20thromiKM 20tbonlt
romiKM lOIllENCINO onlt CIn IMI AT N OCLOCK OCLOCKJAA1HS oCIOCIiJAMES CICIClCaJAMPS
JAMES P SILOAUOUSTUS SILO SILOAUGUSTUS SILOAUaUSTUS
AUGUSTUS NV Y CLARK CLARKDArcTioxrriis CLARKCtTlooorrIIS CLARKArrrIoxrrns
ArcTioxrriis ArcTioxrriishim tTlooorrIIShim
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him at the moment or what h hI hr < ii I j j glib glibmight it itought I ICouthl
ought not to 10 nai paAAed Mxl by at ft I prlcThis price priceThis rice riceThb
This l IN ijartlmilarly afticularIIp rtlfUIIUI trio of the pioturo pioturoplnoaure lltaturetiIlls IatUIMo IatUIMom
Ills m 001 collection ll ectlon therefore olllrs similar similarpleasure t tplooaur
pleasure and opportunltlM to others aide aaidefrom aidefrom
from from the arllclmi of particular worth which whichspecialists whichspeciaBats
among collectors may hick I > lok out outforthcmMlvos outforthW18elvClloo outforthmaalvtia
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